Cookie Policy


The vast majority of websites today use so-called cookies or cookies to improve the user experience. A cookie is a text file that, when visiting or interacting with a web page, is stored in your browser's internal memory.

The revised Electronic Communications Act (Electronic Communications Act) requires that Lifekeys inform the public about the use of cookies. The so-called "cookie clause" states the following:

2-7b Use of cookies

The storage of information in the user's communication equipment, or to obtain access to such, is not permitted without the user being informed of what information is being processed, the purpose of the processing, who is processing the information, and has consented to this. The first sentence does not preclude technical storage of or access to information:

solely for the purpose of transmitting communications in an electronic communications network

which is necessary to provide an information society service at the express request of the user.

Electronic Communications Act § 2-7b shall help to ensure users' privacy in the electronic communications area. The provision is mainly aimed at privacy-infringing techniques such as spyware and the like, and is not intended to constitute an obstacle to the use of legal techniques.

The provision protects the user's communication equipment, in that there is a stricter requirement for information and consent from the user if cookies are to be used. Storage of information and processing of this information is not permitted unless the user has been informed of, and has consented to, what information is being processed, what the purpose of this processing is, and who is processing the information.

It is therefore a prerequisite for the use of cookies that the end user has consented to the use. Provided that there is clear and unambiguous information available on the relevant website about which cookies are used, which information is processed, the purpose of the processing and who processes the information, consent can be given by the end user using a technical setting in the browser or similar in cases where this is technically possible and efficient.

Presets in the browser that the user accepts cookies are considered consent. It is sufficient that the user consents once for the same purpose. The user must at all times have the opportunity to withdraw his consent.

The requirement for clear and distinct information is considered fulfilled when:

The information is easily visible as soon as the user enters the website. That is, either a link to information in the header, text box on the front page or as a "pop-up".

The information contains information about which cookies are used, which information is processed, its purpose and who processes the information.

All Lifekeys' web services use cookies that make the website remember previous user settings made on the page, such as the selected language, bandwidth or favorite place, and give us statistics that we use to make our web pages better. Lifekeys never uses cookies for the purpose of mapping individual users' usage patterns or other information that may violate privacy.

By using online services from Lifekeys, you agree that we may place cookies in your browser.

Most modern browsers (Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera, etc.) are set to accept cookies automatically, but you can choose to change the settings so that cookies are not accepted. We point out that this could lead to Lifekeys' online services not working optimally.